Binn Signed

Long snapper David Binn signed back on with the Chargers today. While not drawing much publicity the signing was crucial to the solid play of special teams.

David Binn has only missed one game due to injury during his career, appearing in 143 games since he joined the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted rookie free agent.

Binn, 6-3, 250, has earned a reputation as one of the top long snappers in the league. Binn's precision snapping has helped Bennett earn two trips to the Pro Bowl and has allowed him to break all of the team's punting records.

The most unheralded position in the NFL, there is no glory attached to a Long Snapper, in fact the only time we hear their names is when they do something bad ala Trey Junkin who was the Giants fifth long snapper since preseason started in 2002.

He has been a solid snapper for the Chargers and in fact none of the faults of special teams in 2002 fell on his shoulders from poor snaps, there was just missed assignments by the blockers.

Terms were not immediately available on the one year deal.

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